Warframe Podcast Episode 96 – Interview with Pablo from Digital Extremes

This week was a little quiet for Warframe news, but the Cephalons were lucky enough to be joined by a member of the development team – Senior Designer Pablo Alonso!

Pablo is much loved among the community for his quirky videos and his love of cats (not to mention his uncanny ability to put life back into older warframes). More than this though? He’s just a pleasure to chat with.

Sit back and enjoy – and let Pablo tell you of the Digital Extremes life.


  • News: Railjack Revisited and Nightwave S3 now available on all platforms, new Armor Set available via Twitch PrimeTennocon Digital Pack available
  • Discussion: Interview with Pablo
  • Beginner/Advanced topics: skipped in favour of a longer interview

Warframe Podcast

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Greg Newbegin
Greg Newbeginhttp://genewbegin.com
Gamer since the early '80s. Dad. May or may not be terrible at video games. Also a writer of fantasy, sci-fi, and horror - see what I'm working on at genewbegin.com!

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